Mitt Liv Consulting Services

Social sustainability and sustainability reporting

We at Mitt Liv can help you develop your efforts for social sustainability and ensure that you meet the new CSRD requirements.

With the new Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), it becomes increasingly important for companies to have a clear structure for the sustainability work to be reported. One area that will require more efforts and standardised information in the sustainability report is social sustainability - which includes the working conditions of employees and how organisations affect, and are affected by, their external environment. Within these areas, inclusion, equity, and diversity are important building blocks.

We help you do what's required

We at Mitt Liv can help you develop your efforts for social sustainability and ensure that you meet the CSRD requirements. These are the areas where we can assist you:

  • Strategic Integration:

We assist you in strategically integrating social sustainability into your business strategy and provide concrete guidance through our strategic model.

  • Goals, Data Collection, and Analysis:

We help you identify relevant KPIs, set measurable goals, and enable you to clearly track your progress and take necessary actions. With Mitt Liv's Inclusion Survey©, you receive a research-based model with a comprehensive questionnaire. We can support you with implementation, internal communication, data analysis, goal setting, and monitoring. We also offer consulting on diversity measurement.

  • Efforts to Achieve Your Goals:

We help you understand which processes need to become more inclusive and what knowledge-building efforts are required to reach your goals.

  • Alignment with ESRS (European Sustainability Reporting Standards):

We ensure there is a coherent connection between your efforts and the proposed ESRS standards related to Employees, Workers in the value chain, Affected communities, and Consumers and end-users.

CSRD in brief

The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), set to take effect in 2024, sustainability reporting is poised for significant changes and expansions. By 2026, more than 50,000 companies within the EU will fall under the CSRD. 

A pivotal aspect of this directive is that companies and organisations will need to align with the new European sustainability standards known as the European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS). These standards are designed to ensure that companies report their impact on people, the environment, and climate in a comparable, reliable, and high-quality manner.

This increased scope of reporting will enhance transparency and comparability among companies, as the requirements for disclosing sustainability aspects become more comprehensive than previously mandated.

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